Concept designers do some of the coolest things possible in the smartphone industry. With their skills, they often put together some designs of smartphones that seem straight out of the future and way beyond the current state of the market. Many times they also put together various bits and pieces leaking in rumors about any particular smartphone to give us a glimpse of what that device may look like when launched. And that’s precisely what they have done right now. After Google decided to not keep the design of its upcoming flagship secret, the concept designers have now used the pictures shared by it along with some unofficial information to give us the very first glimpse of what Google Pixel 4 may look like.
Google Pixel 4 renders
— Jonas Daehnert (@PhoneDesigner) June 13, 2019
These Google Pixel 4 renders have been created by Jonas Daehnert (@PhoneDesigner). With these renders, you can get a very accurate idea of what Google’s upcoming flagship is gonna look like. These are also the best renders yet of this unannounced flagship.
The back side of the device was already leaked by Google itself, and the front side has been imagined on the basis of rumors. For instance, a rumor had claimed that Google Pixel 4 will come with a heavy forehead housing as many as 5 sensors, so you can see that arrangement in these renders as well. There have also been rumors that this time there won’t be any notch in the device, and we can see that Jonas has incorporated this tidbit as well while designing these renders.
There may be some variance in the original design if bezels turn out to be a bit more visible than we can see in these renders, and many people may not like that if it happens, but frankly it won’t make too much of a difference to me. I think the device will still be very much edge-to-edge and more durable than many other flagships. Hopefully, we’ll come to know more on this subject as some other Google Pixel 4 renders in the coming days.
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